Saturday, 11 May 2013

Beaming up QuiScottie



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  1. If you asked me, I'd say it's about time the corners of your mouth do start an expedition to your ear-lobes, noble Don.
    Well, yes, you didn't ask me, still ...

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  2. Not when embarking on such a dangerous mission (and I made it! and they have wifi here! So I am smiling now, even if my eyebrows have been swapped over in a minor malfuntion, which could have been much worse if other noble parts had been affected).

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  3. ...and the C of malfunCtion was lost on the journey too, but they have kindly supplied a replaCement one, even if they didn't have the right size available.

    Wow! Funny looking people here. Time to explore...

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  4. I am wondering exactly where you have been beamed to...

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  5. I am wondering that myself Your Highness CherryPieness, but since I don't know where exactly I came from (do you?) I doubt I will ever be able to figure out where exactly I have arrived, but I may have some reports to send (or I may not - it all depends on, eh... on whatever it is upon which everything depends, and I don't know that either).

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  6. I don't think anyone knows where they have come from and most people are confused as to where they are going. The journey from A to B is equally as confusing.

    Hopefully your reports will help to solve these mysteries...

    :-)

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  7. And Seanso: The Friday 29th March 2013 post, entitled "You want a smile?" is the place to go to for a smile. I am there in the sidebar archives just waiting to greet you.

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  8. Be assured Your Esteemed and Royal Highness CherryPieness, there will be reports, and if you think the journey from A to B is confusing what will it be like going from A to Z? I aim to find out.

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  9. Guess we'll not be having coffee then!

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  10. Why so serious? LOL. Just not what I expected. What is about a photo that destroys a carefully constructed image that we have in our mind?

    Cheers,

    Suzie

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  11. Going, going, gone. I am glad that you are still able to CommuniCate with us though.

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  12. Dear Calum - what goes may return

    Dear Suzie - Will one image of me smiling inanely with a silly party hat on rebuild that image?

    Dear Soozie (Elephant's Child... different from "Suzie"? I am a bit confuzy...) they say I can use their wifi provided I buy Blueberry Muffins... I thought I was traveling to the stars but I may just have been in a lift leading to Starbucks. I will investigate and report further)

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  13. I want a ceiling like that one and some blueberry muffins, please.

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  14. That could be arranged more easily than you may think, Syncy, but you may need to find the fare for the flight to Scotland, unless you can source a beam machine in your locality for you to punch in the coordinates that I could supply. Such machines may be nearby, but will be disguised. You need a little friend like Aileen to find them for you.

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  15. And I was hoping you might come to my defence against the "why aren't you smiling?" brigade Syncy. I mean... why the f**k would I smile at myself? That would just be madness... and I am not mad, am I?

    Anyway, they now know where to find my smile: Friday 29th March 2013 post, entitled "You want a smile?" I do not intend to repeat the strain on my face too often (although I am doing it now, actually :) )

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  16. A much better smile on April 9 (2011) during your Kintyre trip, with a nice "Hello Claude" on the sand, for the whole world to see on Facebook.

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  17. No, not at all. I now know that you are not a small, rotund, smiler.

    I had nothing whatever to do with 'Elephant's Child's' comment. You have obviously underestimated your readership.

    All I meant was that when you read someone's blog you have an image in your mind. (At least, I do). And on many occasions I have found that the imaginary face bears no resemblance to the actual face.

    So, I'm not psychic, which is disappointing. Not.

    Suzie.

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